Dreisbach Literary Management represents authors with a diverse range of non-fiction interests. The agency looks for books that present the possibility to effect change and has a particular interest in books with a political, economic or social context.

Dreisbach Literary Management

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Dreisbach Literary Management

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P.O. Box 5379
El Dorado Hills CA 95762

Phone: (916) 804-0833

Contact: Verna Dreisbach

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About Dreisbach Literary Management:

Dreisbach Literary Management represents authors with a diverse range of non-fiction interests. The agency looks for books that present the possibility to effect change and has a particular interest in books with a political, economic or social context.

Submission Guidelines Details for Dreisbach Literary Management

Market Types Represented:Nonfiction

Primary Contact/s: Verna Dreisbach

Email: verna@dreisbachliterary.com

Accepts: Biography, business, economics, culture, health, Native American Indian, parenting, science, social history, travel, true crime, women's issues

Web Address: www.dreisbachliterary.com

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